Power Flush FAQ
Our power flush engineers all carry full public liability insurance with Direct Line for up to £5,000,000.
Yes, All engineers who carry our Power Flushing for us are professionally trained in Power Flushing.
No. There is usually no need for us to disconnect any radiator during the Power Flush. In severe cases, we may need to take off a radiator to flush it outside, but we will put everything back where we found it and clean up any mess.
The time to professionally carry out a Power Flush depends on the size of the heating system and how bad the problem is. After a site survey we can generally estimate with some degree of accuracy how long the process will take. For most domestic systems, we can do the job in a single day.
This will depend on the number of radiators in the heating systems and a range of other factors. When you call us, or submit an online form, give as much detail as you can so we can give you an accurate quote.
Power Flushing will not cause any leaks. Any leaks will be down to pre-existing damage, such as rusted out radiators and valves.
We issue a certificate upon completion of the Power Flush to certify that your system has been professionally power flushed, and detailing your guarantee.
There may be be a small amount of mess created but we will always clear up after the power flush has been carried out. We always leave a property as we find it.
Power Flushing your central heating system will have immediate results, including faster heat up times, quieter system, no boiler cut outs, evenly heating radiators, reduced heating bills as your system will be running efficiently, anti-corrosion protection and a 3 Year Guarantee (5 year with the installation of a MagnaClean Filter)